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Occupation: Computer Programmer
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Added to CircleCount.com: 07/13/2011That's the date, where John Resig has been indexed by CircleCount.com.
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John Resig has been shared in 28 public circles
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|Giulia Fiore||3,628||The most active People I know on G+A wonderful #sharedcircle to become more popular than ever.To belong to this Circle, share it and comment this post !Kisses Giulia||2013-09-05 05:59:42||501||2||2||3||CC G+|
|Markos Giannopoulos||13,431||Geeks rule! // +CircleCount has added a new tag system (see announcement here http://bit.ly/15XaDov). Thousands of profiles have been tagged already, so here are the top (by number of followers) geek-tagged plussers (full list at http://bit.ly/134FoFN) The top ten: 1) +Robert Scoble 2) +Amanda Blain 3) +Darya Pino Rose 4) +Michelle Marie 5) +Brian Matiash 6) +Wick Sakit 7) +Joe Azure 8) +Keith Barrett 9) +Derek Ross 10) +Ahmed Zeeshan For other rankings see also - Most popular geeks by comments/+1's/shares http://bit.ly/16SAddw- Most engaging geeks http://bit.ly/15XdZYm #circleshare #circlesunday #geeks ||2013-07-21 15:19:00||490||18||4||12||CC G+|
|Matthew Shuey||19,692||Meet Web Developers on Google+This circle contains the top Web Developers, Web Designers, SEOs and Google+ Experts on Google Plus.If anyone would like to be added to this circle please do the following.1. Make sure your profile description mentions that you are either a Web Developer, Web Designer, App Developer, SEO, SMM, or Google Plus Expert.2. Share This Circle Publicly3. Leave a comment confirming your shareHave fun meeting your colleagues.! #webdesign #webdevelopment #seo #googleplus #sharedcircles #sharedcircleoftheday #circleshare #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleday ||2013-06-12 15:17:01||299||10||1||12||CC G+|
|Matthew Shuey||19,692||Meet Web Designers & Web DevelopersMeet web designers and web developers on Google+ with this shared circleHelp me build this circle. Here's how.1. If you are a web developer or web designer make sure your profile mentions that.2. Share this circle publicly3. Leave a comment to confirm your share||2013-03-25 23:12:29||289||2||2||9||CC G+|
|Matthew Shuey||19,692||Shared Public Circle Of Web Designers & Developers Updated 3-21-13This is a hand picked circle of Web Developers and Web Designers that share valuable information about our industry.To be added to this circle or related circles please do the following. If you would like to be removed from this circle or moved to another circle, message me.1. Share this circle publicly2. Leave a comment3. Make sure your profile description says something about yourself e.g. work, interests, hobby's etc.If you are not a web designer or developer feel free to share this post and comment here. I will add you to the appropriate circles. #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleoftheday #meetnewpeople #googleplus ||2013-03-21 17:52:34||287||1||1||2||CC G+|
|Matthew Shuey||19,692||Shared Circle Of Web Developers and Website Design CompaniesTo be added to this circle do the following.1.Plus this post2.Share this circle publicly3.Leave a comment confirming your share3.You must be a web developer or web designer to be added||2013-03-08 23:53:08||148||1||4||7||CC G+|
|AJ Durling||853||This is a bonus circle, and is actually pretty much where I started when I was creating my first circles - Top 500 PlussersIt is the people with the highest number of users - and is actually now only 308 people. When I first collected the Top 500 Plussers on Google+, I spend a lot of time weeding out the people whose posts in which I didn't particularly have an interest (e.g. almost all of the photographers - nothing against people who post photos to G+, it's just me: this is Google+, not Flickr; people who only ever promote themselves - so quite a lot of the pop musicians). The list that is left are people who, I think, actually contribute to the stream. You may find some surprising choices (Dolly Parton?! Actually, yes!). But I hope you enjoy it.I've kept the name Top 500 even though it is a lot fewer than 500. I like the irony... #circleshare #sharedcircles #celebrity #topcircles||2012-10-19 15:06:56||307||3||0||2||CC G+|
|Joe Nerdan||202||I found out about circle sharing ;)If you develop for the web, this could be interesting for you.Who do you have in your circles? I bet i missed a lot of important people/pages, so please share your nerdy developer circle with me.||2012-08-17 17:11:08||17||0||0||0||CC G+|
|David D. Stanton||5,887||Here is my Geek's Circle: (Note I have just cleaned my G+ to try to remove inactive users.) Enjoy!||2012-06-25 08:47:49||501||0||1||2||CC G+|
|Prashanth Akunuri||3,739||sharing my "web developers" circle. could be useful for some. This includes the "web developer circle" shared by +Amanda Blain thank you.||2012-06-09 01:30:52||323||0||0||2||CC G+|
|Dominic Meagher||2,158||The China Circle - Since Google+ seems to have welcomed a whole bunch of new people from China, I thought I'd share my China circle. This is circle of people that seem to have an interest in China. I shared it once before, and this is the updated version. Later I'm going to try to work on a more selective version - I'll try to get it down to less than 100 people. But for now, this is it.If you want to be added or removed from it, please let me know in comments.||2012-03-03 03:15:25||449||0||0||4||CC G+|
|Joe Martinez||57,311||Best of the Best Google+ People to Follow - Version 7!This is my circle of some the best people to follow on Google+. So if you are new or need new people to follow make sure to add this circle or feel free to share it as well! The circle has grown to over 500 people but since it only allows you to share 500 not everyone will be shown. The circle includes known greats like +Chris Pirillo, +Amanda Blain, +Trey Ratcliff, +Robert Scoble, +Liza Sperling, +Natalie Villalobos, +Vic Gundotra, +Adam Sandler, +Casey McKinnon, +Lamarr Wilson, +Dalai Lama, +Guy Kawasaki, +Wil Wheaton, +Steve Ward, +Lisa Bettany, +Jeri Ryan, +Arianna Huffington, +Dave Veffer, +||2011-12-15 22:45:49||501||54||16||33||CC G+|
|Dimitar Tsonev||2,893||Most followed people on Google+Dimitar Tsonev shared a circle with you.||2011-10-31 11:17:07||500||2||0||6||CC G+|
|Andrew Gorospe||5,273||500 circled on G+Andrew Gorospe shared a circle with you.||2011-10-30 19:14:33||500||5||0||3||CC G+|
|Brian Altenhofel||324||This is my circle of Drupalers.Brian Altenhofel shared a circle with you.||2011-10-30 01:02:40||448||0||0||0||CC G+|
|David Maciejewski||6,173||Ich teile mal meinen Webdev-Circle mit euch. Da sind deutsche und internationale Webentwickler drin. Inbesondere sollte auch was für +Tim Hartmann dabei sein. ;-)David Maciejewski hat einen Kreis mit Ihnen geteilt.||2011-10-29 16:13:31||88||7||1||8||CC G+|
|Giuseppe Basile||78,376||THE TOP 500 MOST FOLLOWED PEOPLE ON GOOGLE+Hey G+,I have had this circle as a standalone one for the past few weeks before any mention of What's Hot. I get my daily dose of fresh, exciting and HOT content from viewing this circle daily.Its a nice mix of tech people, celebs, photographers and just all round funny and exciting peopleData has been pulled straight from www.socialstatistics.comCircle away & don't forget to share...Cheers GiuRipple -> https://plus.google.com/ripples/details?activityid=6FHbuorsWtiGiuseppe Basile shared a circle with you.||2011-10-29 06:33:45||500||61||269||89||CC G+|
|Harsh Rao||642||Harsh Rao shared a circle with you.||2011-10-28 17:49:18||105||0||0||0||CC G+|
|Jerad Bitner||1,560||Jerad Bitner shared a circle with you.||2011-10-28 13:43:51||413||1||0||0||CC G+|
|Robert Scoble||4,655,112||A circle of geeks (part I). Here's almost 1,000 active geeks. Programmers, developers, and highly technical people. Here's A-K.Robert Scoble shared a circle with you.||2011-10-12 03:14:05||493||82||76||64||CC G+|
|Paul „SuperMegaPosterGuy“ Rodney Hungerford||3,749||Internet tech people, many tech and people in business and media, professional people, business people. Paul Briggs shared a circle with you.||2011-10-03 01:39:44||250||3||0||2||CC G+|
|Laurence O'Bryan||1,642||A circle of people interested in historical mysteries. Please add to and share back.Laurence O'Bryan shared a circle with you.||2011-10-02 11:25:31||169||12||5||6||CC G+|
|Mehdi Mousavi||0||Here's my tech circle...Mehdi Mousavi shared a circle with you.||2011-10-02 11:04:12||66||3||1||5||CC G+|
|John A Hardy||25,201||Testing out Google+'s new shared circle feature.As you probably know I've been collecting names of people interested in web development. Now at last I can share that circle with you.John Hardy shared a circle with you.||2011-09-26 23:03:39||135||37||2||18||CC G+|
2011-10-29 22:55:20 (24 comments, 8 reshares, 51 +1s)
Watching 'The Last Samurai' is wrinkling my brain! Not for Tom Cruise being a samurai but due to the inconsistencies regarding history at that time (the film was set in 1876).
The "samurai" were hardly an effective power by 1876 (not to mention that the shogunate had long been out of power by that point - the film would've been more believable if it took place in 1863, but that wouldn't have been nearly as sexy as there would've been guns and warships, etc. and Cruise wouldn't be post-Civil War, he would be in it). There hadn't been nearly any internal military conflicts in Japan in almost 250 years at that point, the samurai weren't nearly as well trained as they were during the height of the power. If anything they were largely discontent - marginalized by a class system that kept them under a strict code of conduct while preventing them from reaping... more »
2011-08-27 21:26:29 (25 comments, 5 reshares, 63 +1s)
How I'm battling Hurricane Irene: Carving a Japanese woodblock print and watching Starcraft 2 at MLG: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeresig/6086435519
2011-08-03 18:20:10 (35 comments, 308 reshares, 210 +1s)
You can see who Google thinks you are in the ad preferences, mine are dead on:
2011-07-29 19:31:36 (1 comments, 4 reshares, 21 +1s)
Cool art-inspired concert by +Nell Shaw Cohen happening tomorrow at the Peabody Essex Museum outside Boston.
Companion web site for the piece (uses jQuery Mobile!): http://beyondthenotes.org/empire/
2011-07-28 19:37:15 (28 comments, 28 reshares, 109 +1s)
Khan Academy Exercise Rewrite is live, more details in my blog post. Congrats to the whole team on making this happen!
2011-07-26 13:58:21 (29 comments, 61 reshares, 148 +1s)
My "Uses This" interview is now live: See what tech I use for development and media watching.
2011-07-23 16:39:41 (48 comments, 4 reshares, 45 +1s)
Unghh... OSX Lion's inverted scroll wheel is really wrinkling my brain. Looks like you can fix this by changing an option in the mouse preferences.
2011-07-22 19:02:28 (40 comments, 41 reshares, 268 +1s)
Huh, just found out that Google+ Hangouts use jQuery. Neat! Thanks to +Kaleb Hornsby for the heads-up :)
2011-07-20 22:08:30 (44 comments, 50 reshares, 35 +1s)
I took a panorama picture of Khan Academy during our weekly standup meeting (uses Photosynth, requires Silverlight).
2011-07-19 19:07:14 (9 comments, 18 reshares, 67 +1s)
Just wrote up a blog post detailing how our random exercise generation works in the new Khan Academy exercise framework.
2011-07-14 01:39:44 (16 comments, 12 reshares, 128 +1s)
The final result of Monday and Tuesday's jQuery Core Bug Triage. We triaged about 250 tickets, are down to less than 200 open tickets (many of which are assigned to jQuery 1.7), and are down to about 50 untriaged tickets. Considering that we're nearing 10,000 tickets submitted, in total, we're in a fantastic state. The source of the graph: http://bugs.jquery.com/ticketgraph?days=90
2011-07-13 19:01:29 (73 comments, 504 reshares, 514 +1s)
The Khan Academy iPad app is coming along really well. We're getting near to a 1.0 release. This initial release will have video navigation and viewing as well as an interactive transcripts and offline support. Exercises will be coming in the next release. I've tossed a couple (very alpha) screenshots here. Huge thanks to +Adam Ernst and +Jason Rosoff for making this happen.
Support for other platforms (Android, iPhone, etc.) is coming soon, we wanted to get this first version out and people using it right away. The backend is written in a mixture of native code and HTML 5 (using jQuery Mobile). The full source code can be found on Github: https://github.com/Khan/khan-mobile
2011-07-13 18:59:05 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)
Khan Academy iPad App Alpha
2011-07-13 18:58:36 (6 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)
Khan Academy iPad App Alpha
2011-07-13 18:58:27 (20 comments, 5 reshares, 10 +1s)
Khan Academy iPad App Alpha
2011-07-12 18:34:19 (27 comments, 19 reshares, 116 +1s)
There is a stark contrast between what jQuery team members will say about a ticket to each other (think: lots of profanity) versus what we write in a ticket reply (think: magnanimous and helpful).
2011-07-12 14:57:02 (19 comments, 9 reshares, 82 +1s)
+Dave Methvin, +Rick Waldron, +adam sontag, +Timmy Willison, +Addy Osmani, and I are all working on Day 2 of jQuery Bug Triage. Made a solid dent yesterday.
2011-07-11 20:00:37 (31 comments, 24 reshares, 199 +1s)
The jQuery dev team all agrees that we hate the current implementation of positional CSS selectors in jQuery (:first, :last, :eq, etc.). We need to find a way to get their performance up, and bugginess down, sooner rather than later.
2011-07-11 17:31:32 (9 comments, 1 reshares, 32 +1s)
+Dave Methvin, +Timmy Willison, +adam sontag, Julian Aubourg, and I are all triaging jQuery Core bugs today and tomorrow, trying to keep the number of open bugs to a minimum.
2011-07-11 14:37:47 (25 comments, 27 reshares, 153 +1s)
A big couple weeks coming up here at Khan Academy. We're working on getting a beta version of the new exercise framework live (having ported over 100 exercises from the old framework) - and also finalizing some of the details of the 1.0 iPad application (using jQuery Mobile). All the code is Open Source and up on the Khan Github repo!
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